According to Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves coach, his Italian rival are “going to be tough for us, they are a very good team.”
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Torino are set to play in the UEFA Europa League qualifiers on Thursday night.
And for manager Nuno Espirito Santo this will be a very difficult rival.
“Torino is a very good team, very organized, good players and manager, it’s going to be tough for us,” he said according to Football Italia.
“It’s a very good team and a very tough challenge for us. They have a good defense, organization, strong midfield, good strikers, we have to look at all the team, it’s going to be a very good game tomorrow for sure.”
He commented: “(Last season’s) table doesn’t mean much in these moments, as what we and Torino did last season isn’t relevant now. Torino is a very good team.”
“We’ve been preparing since the beginning of the season for these kinds of cycles.”
“Having three days, it’s difficult but we are ready to play. We’ll decide (the team) tomorrow, we have a strong XI and we compete,” he commented.
“There’s no issue here, come on. Our native language here is English, everyone speaks English to each other. Before the game we never speak about the referee, I think it’s the best way for him to referee normally and not create any pressure.”
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